With the official name "International Museum of Cinema and the Cannes Film Festival" the museum includes special effects and large numbers in the archives

With the official name International Museum of Cinema and the Cannes Film Festival the museum includes special effects and large numbers in the archives

In an interview with ‘Nice-Matin’ the mayor David Lisnard talked about the cinema museum being talked about these days, and that after the city council, he will have the go-ahead for the official launch. With a very high level of needs. "It will be exceptional or it will not be done," says the mayor.

The official name is "International Museum of Cinema and the Cannes Film Festival" and "we think it will definitely make Cannes a central place in the creative and cultural economy of cinema and audiovisuals," says Lisnard. The visitor will be an active actor in the museum and will be projected at the center of the scene thanks to artifices and special effects, becoming familiar with the various trades of cinema. And access to the festival archives is also planned "with millions of hours of press conferences, photo calls, interviews and unreleased films".

Aïda Belloulid, head of the Cannes Film Festival press office, responds to the presidents of Sngci and Snci regarding the issue of press screenings reserved for a select few: "We have limited ourselves to facilitating the work of the audiovisual media for the broadcasting of the services extending to few other paper newspapers of international caliber "

Laura Delli Colli, president of SNGCI, and & nbsp; Franco Montini, president of the SNCCI, addressed a letter to Aïda Belloulid, head of the Festival's press office, in which they asked for a solution for the next editions that would allow & nbsp; to all members of the press to participate in the same projections, as has always happened before

The list of & nbsp; True Colors & nbsp; has captivated buyers at the Cannes Film Festival. The horror film shot in English & nbsp; In the Trap & nbsp; was one of the market hits. New films by Ferzan Ozpetek and Mario Martone & nbsp;

Teodora Film & nbsp; will distribute in Italy & nbsp; Papicha & nbsp; by Mounia Meddour, successfully presented at the Cannes Film Festival in the Un Certain Regard section. The first feature film by the young Franco-Algerian director, already a popular documentarian, the film is set in the Algeria of the 1990s, with the arrival of a wave of religious fundamentalism

Aïda Belloulid, head of the Cannes Film Festival press office, responds to the presidents of Sngci and Snci regarding the issue of press screenings reserved for a select few: "We have limited ourselves to facilitating the work of the audiovisual media for the broadcasting of the services extending to few other paper newspapers of international caliber "

Laura Delli Colli, president of SNGCI, and & nbsp; Franco Montini, president of the SNCCI, addressed a letter to Aïda Belloulid, head of the Festival's press office, in which they asked for a solution for the next editions that would allow & nbsp; to all members of the press to participate in the same projections, as has always happened before

The list of & nbsp; True Colors & nbsp; has captivated buyers at the Cannes Film Festival. The horror film shot in English & nbsp; In the Trap & nbsp; was one of the market hits. New films by Ferzan Ozpetek and Mario Martone & nbsp;

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